Dataset: All Collections
Taxa: Tetramerium butterwickianum
Search Criteria: excluding cultivated/captive occurrences

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Arizona State University Vascular Plant Herbarium

ASU0016817T. F. Daniel   32671983-11-27
Mexico, Michoacan, Along Hwy 37, 31.6 mi NE of S end of Arteaga., 18.359974 -102.294882, 430m

Harvard University Herbaria: Vascular Plants of North America

00094316T. F. Daniel & M. L. Butterwick   32671983-11-27
Mexico, Michoacán, Along Highway 37, 31.6 miles northeast of south end of Arteaga, open grassy short-tree woodland (heavily grazed), 430 m

New York Botanical Garden Steere Herbarium

278330T. F. Daniel   32671983-11-27
Mexico, Michoacán, Along Hwy. 37, 31.6 miles NE of S end of Arteaga, 430m

University of Arizona Herbarium

407622V. W. Steinmann   31242003-02-15
Mexico, Michoacán, Múgica Municipio, Municipio de Mugica, along the Morelia-Lazaro Cardenas autopista, 2 km northeast of the exit for Nueva Italia, old lava flow east of the highway., 19.004167 -102.075, 400m

407722V. W. Steinmann   30822003-06-04
Mexico, Michoacán, Arteaga Municipio, Along the road to Infiernillo, 6.2 km (by road) south-southeast of the junction with MEX 37, 18.458333 -101.975, 225m

408515V. W. Steinmann   30912003-01-18
Mexico, Michoacán, La Huacana Municipio, ca. 0.5 km northeast of Los Ranchos, at western base of Cerro El Barril, 18.705556 -102.008333, 300m

408625V. W. Steinmann   41962004-03-20
Mexico, Michoacán, La Huacana Municipio, Municipio de La Huacana, 1.5 km al noreste de Los Ranchos, ladera noroeste de Cerro El Barril., 18.711111 -102.004167, 500m

University of California, Riverside Plant Herbarium

V.W. Steinmann   30912003-01-18
Mexico, Michoacán, La Huacana, c. 0.5 km NE of Los Ranchos, at western base of Cerro El Barril, 18.70556 -102.00833, 300m

University of Michigan Herbarium

1104092T.F. Daniel & M. Butterwick   32671983-11-27
Mexico, Michoacan, Arteaga, Along Hwy. 37, 31.6 mi. NE of S end of Arteaga

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Google Map

Google Maps is a web mapping service provided by Google that features a map that users can pan (by dragging the mouse) and zoom (by using the mouse wheel). Collection points are displayed as colored markers that when clicked on, displays the full information for that collection. When multiple species are queried (separated by semi-colons), different colored markers denote each individual species.

Google Earth (KML)

This creates an KML file that can be opened in the Google Earth mapping application. Note that you must have Google Earth installed on your computer to make use of this option.